Lisa De Simone and Bridget Stomberg (friends, professors, tax nerds) discuss tax topics in simple terms.

Episodes

July 4, 2021 23 minutes

In our very first episode, we discuss the good, bad, and ugly aspects of President Biden's proposal to increase the corporate tax rate to 28% as part of his Made in America Tax Plan.

July 18, 2021 23 minutes

In this episode, we discuss the recent IRS data leak, how the wealthy avoid taxes, and the merits and drawbacks of a proposed wealth tax.

August 1, 2021 23 minutes

In this episode, we discuss the recent history of IRS funding and how President Biden plans to arm the IRS with the resources it needs to take on aggressive corporate tax avoidance.

August 15, 2021 23 minutes

In this episode, we unpack some of the more complicated international provisions of President Biden's Made in America Tax Plan impacting multinational corporations.

August 29, 2021 23 minutes

Ever wondered what the difference between a traditional and Roth IRA is? Or what an IRA is? Or how Peter Thiel used his Roth to make $5B of taxable capital gains disappear? Tune in to this episode, where we'll cover all this and more!

September 12, 2021 23 minutes

In this episode, we discuss the good, bad and ugly aspects of Biden's proposed minimum tax on book income.

September 26, 2021 23 minutes

In this episode, we provide an update on the proposed global minimum tax and what it means for multinational corporations, as well as global tax policy.

October 10, 2021 23 minutes

n this episode, we discuss Congress' recent expansion and acceleration of the Child Tax Credit, and why these changes have caused so much widespread confusion.

October 24,2021 23 minutes

In this episode, we discuss the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists' latest leak, and how the United States -- and South Dakota -- have become one of the world's biggest tax havens.

Coming Soon 23 minutes

On Corporate Tax Shaming

In this episode, we discuss global efforts to increase public disclosures about corporate tax avoidance in an effort to shame corporations into paying their "fair share."

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